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Holidays in Scotland

With over 12,000 places to stay in coastal and countryside settings throughout Britain, Ireland and Europe, Hoseasons is the leading self-catering family holiday specialist for holidays in Scotland and throughout the country. From secluded lodges to exciting family holiday parks in Scotland with plenty to do and from thatched cottages to boating holidays - even luxury villas. There is a choice of over 360 holiday locations throughout Britain - from seaside holiday parks with kids clubs, pools and restaurants to secluded countryside lodges with private hot tubs.
Hoseasons Scotland

Alfa Travel Coach Holidays to Fort William


Coach Holidays to Fort William

Fort William is a town in the western Scottish Highlands, on the shores of Loch Linnhe. It’s known as a gateway to Ben Nevis, the UK’s highest peak, and Glen Nevis valley, home to Steall Falls. In the town centre, is the West Highland Museum which is focused on regional life and history. To the northeast, Ben Nevis Distillery explores whisky production and is an interesting place to visit. Alfa Travel are the fastest growing Coach Tour Operator in the UK. Specialising in holidays and short breaks for the over 50's market, Alfa offer a dazzling array of destinations throughout the UK and the near Continent and boasts convenient local coach pick up points from the South East, the Midlands, the North West and the North East. Holiday packages to Fort William in Scotland and all other destinations include half board accommodation in good quality hotels, excursions and entertainment. Coach holidays and leisure breaks to Fort William with Alfa Travel at great value prices.
Holidays to Fort William

National Trust Scotland

The National Trust for Scotland is the independent charity that protects and shares some of our country’s most precious historic places and natural landscapes on behalf of the people of Scotland. Since 1931, they’ve pioneered public access to and shared ownership of some of the most magnificent buildings, collections and habitats in Scotland. They care for ancient houses, battlefields, castles, mills, gardens, coastlines, islands, mountain ranges and all the communities, plants and animals which depend upon them. From coastlines to castles, arts to architecture, wildlife to wilderness, the National Trust for Scotland pioneers access to some of Scotland’s most magnificent buildings, collections and habitats and preserves them for future generations.
National Trust Scotland

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